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USA: Warner Bros Pictures
UK: Warner Bros Pictures International UK
Cast: Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Hefferman, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske, Will Forte, Ralf Moeller, Mo'Nique, Eric Christian Olsen, Juergan Prochnow, Cloris Leachman, M C Gainey, Cameron Scher, Owain Yeoman, Tom Tate, Allan Graf, Chris Moss, Bjorn Johnson, Pab Schwendimann, Philippe Brenninkmeyer, Jessica Williams, Aaron Hendry, Michael Yurchak, Will Forte, Nat Faxon, Ralf Moeller, Gunter Schlierkamp, Blanchard Ryan, Audrey Washington, Robbie Washington, Megan Robinson, Arron Shiver, Justin Ocksrider, Amber Hay, James Roday, Candace Smith, Sarah Figoten, Marc Mouchet, Simona Fusco, James Grace, Tom Carver, Ben Zeller, Ivan Brutsche, Sabrina Javor, Richard Perello, Gary Kanin
Director: Jay Chandrasekhar
USA: 110 mins
UK: 111 mins
USA Rated: R for pervasive crude and sexual content, language, nudity and substance abuse
UK Certificate: 15 contains moderate sex, language and soft drug use. (To obtain this category cuts of 9 seconds were required. The cuts were Cuts for Category. Distributor chose to remove scene of sexualised asphyxiation in line with BBFC policy and Guidelines and in order to achieve the requested '15'. An uncut '18' was available).
USA Release Date: 25 August 2006
UK Release Date: 8 September 2006
From the Broken Lizard comedy group (SUPER TROOPERS, CLUB DREAD) comes their latest release BEERFEST, a new comedy that proves revenge, like beer, is best served cold.
American brothers Todd (Eric Stolhanske) and Jan Wolfhouse (Paul Soter) travel to Germany on a mission to spread their grandfather's ashes at Oktoberfest. While there they discover a super-secret, centuries old, underground beer games competition - Beerfest - the Olympics of beer drinking. At Beerfest Todd and Jan are snubbed by their German cousins, the Von Wolfhausens, who slander their heritage and horror of horrors...drink them under the table.
Not accepting defeat the Wolfhouse brothers vow to return a year later and defend their family honour. Organising a team - Barry Badrinath (Jay Chandrasekhar), Phil Krundle (Kevin Hefferman) aka Landfill and Charlie "Fink" Finklestein (Steve Lemme) - the magnificent five train relentlessly supported by their Great Gam Gam (Cloris Leachman) and her caretaker Cherry (Mo'Nique).